• Title: Self-Coached Climber: The Guide to Movement, Training, Performance
  • Author: Dan Hague Douglas Hunter
  • ISBN: 9780811733397
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
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    Self Coached Climber The Guide to Movement Training Performance A dynamic package of training material from a pair of expert coaches The Self Coached Climber offers comprehensive instruction from the basics of gripping holds to specific guidelines for developing
    A dynamic package of training material from a pair of expert coaches, The Self Coached Climber offers comprehensive instruction, from the basics of gripping holds to specific guidelines for developing a customized improvement plan Hague and Hunter base their methods on the four fundamental components of all human movement balance, force, time, and space and explain hoA dynamic package of training material from a pair of expert coaches, The Self Coached Climber offers comprehensive instruction, from the basics of gripping holds to specific guidelines for developing a customized improvement plan Hague and Hunter base their methods on the four fundamental components of all human movement balance, force, time, and space and explain how to apply these principles to achieve efficient results The DVD presents live demonstrations of training exercises and features an original documentary of a 5.14a b redpoint attempt by Adam Stack and Chris Lindner Includes 52 practical training exercises designed to advance technique, detailed anatomical illustrations that explain climbing physiology and an 85 minute DVD that shows concepts in action.

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    1. This is a must-read for any rock climber desiring to advance his/her climbing skills. The author lays out a program that builds on basic (yet necessary) skills and introduces concepts that many climbers may not have ever thought about. Although I have not yet practiced the skills in a deliberate fashion, just having read the book has given my climbing a boost. The stuff about body positioning, using the legs to begin movement, and controlling the center of gravity is very useful. I would have li [...]

    2. Awesome book. Just reading gives you +0.5 grade (if you are below 5.11+). Reading attentively gives +1. And, finally, if you really understood some bits - it will boost you up to +1.5. %)

    3. The Self-Coached Climber is a thorough and extensive book with a rich variety of practical exercises and drills for climbers. In addition, the authors include facts and reference peer-reviewed studies as they progress through each chapter. This raised my confidence that what was being shared wasn’t hearsay or purposive but rather, the extensively studied and confirmed in the field. And if the authors broached a topic on the edge of our understanding, such as the utility of campus boards and sy [...]

    4. Like most technique and training books, the worth is in the utility of the exercises and how effective they are. This book presents a model of climbing movement that is both technical in it's treatment of physiology and practical in a relatively simple model of balance and efficiency of motion.First the author describes what he considers the main components of climbing, beginning from the simple concepts of balance, force, space, and time. From this beginning he increasingly becomes more specifi [...]

    5. A really good training book. I've read Dave Mcleod's 9 out of 10 climbers make the same mistakes which is also good. However, it is more a book for someone who's in a rut and needs motivation. This book however excels at giving pratical advise on how a climber can improve there training. This is done through more than 30 activities that focus on all aspects of training from movement skills, endurance (both anerobic and aerobic), strength, and power. The authors also offer a method of constructin [...]

    6. This book is full of great training advice. The book contains various drills to improve all facets of your climbing; movement, footwork, mental, emotional, anaerobic and aerobic systems. With training frequency suggestions and suggested schedules this book tells you everything you'd need to know to improve your climbing technique.I'm hoping to take some of what this book suggests and apply it to the time I'm able to spend climbing. I'll also be paying more attention and recording how I feel whil [...]

    7. I rate this book 5 stars not for myself, but for others. In my opinion, if you are only going to read a single book on training for climbing, this is the one you should read. Hague and Hunter clearly explain the physiological principles of movement; balance; and strength, power, and endurance. They then layout specific exercises that will help you improve those skills. They even delve into mental training and developing a holistic training program. There are more specialized books which explain [...]

    8. Just like the title says: "Self-coached climber". If you're a climber who wants to improve his climbing game, yet have no-one to tech you how to actually climb better (yes climbing gyms are full of jerks), then this book is for you. It has everything from explaining every climbing move, describing the situation when to use them, and drills to make those moves your second nature. Then it steps up a notch teaching you how to send harder routes, and then gives you training program depending on the [...]

    9. Mój pierwszy poradnik wspinaczkowy. Wydaje się dosyć kompleksowy, jest mowa i o technice, i o sile, i o głowie. Mam tylko wrażenie, że dużo podstaw już mnie nie dotyczy, a wiele pięknych planów treningowych jest nierobialnych przez gościa który nie może poświęcić 4 godzin 4 razy w tygodniu. Mimo to i tak fajnie pomaga zrozumieć swoje braki i czuję że po powrocie w lutym uda mi sie zbudować ładny plan na kilka rodzajów wytrzymałości. Napewno będę wracał do tej ksiażki. [...]

    10. If you're even remotely serious about climbing you should get it. It has tons of practical and detailed technical information. One review I read here said that it's hard to read for pleasure because it's so technical and it's exactly right but it serves as a fantastic reference.

    11. enlightening perspective and approach to rock climbing that emphasizes balance, movement, and initiation centers. after climbing for 1.5 years, this is the perfect read. everything makes sense, a good deal has yet to be learned or perfected, and bad habits can be (hopefully) ironed out.

    12. Best book I've read when it comes to technique. Lots of great exercises and some good input for your training. However, if you are looking for strength training, power training and/or training programs I would look elsewhere.

    13. The book has proven itself to be very useful in understanding the trajectory of learning involved in climbing. The text supports being mindful with your body and the way you should apply it.

    14. Has some useful information, a god complement to having a real coach for at least a handful of sessions.

    15. It's almost like a textbook on the physiology and psychology behind climbinggood for climbers who want to take it to the next level.

    16. I was able to cherry-pick some advice I felt applied to me. Really enjoyed the sections on Balance, and the science behind ATP and ADP.

    17. This is the perfect book for folks who want to mindfully get to the next levels in climbing through dedicated and intentional practice.

    18. The best climbing book I've come across. Really good exercises to try out and techniques to keep in mind when in the gym or at the crag. Constantly referencing it.

    19. Good book, but kind of tough to read for pleasure because it's so technicalIt does have good training and overall climbing tips

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